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PPTOracle 11g for Developers: What you need to know

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

New features of the Oracle database geared to developers will be discussed and demonstrated. Attendees will be introduced to the new and improved features of Oracle11g that directly impact application development. Special emphasis is placed on features that can reduce development time, make development simpler, improve performance, or speed deployment. Specific topics include: New SQL functions, Regular Expression improvements, virtual columns, new XMLType options, XML indexing improvements, SQL pivot statements, JDBC improvements, PL/SQL syntax enhancements, PL/SQL compiler, trigger improvements, PL/SQL Result Cache, and Materialized View improvements. Attendees will be better equipped to create new applications or modify existing applications to take full advantage of Oracle11g. Oracle 11gR2 features will be discussed if Oracle has released Oracle 11gR2 prior to the conference.

PDFOracle EBS WMS Strategy - including stand alone WMS

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Standalone WMS is here. Join this session to understand exactly what this means and what benefits it can bring to you. In addition find out about the other exciting WMS developments, both already delivered in R12.1, and also planned for the future.

PDFOracle SOA Suite 11g: Overview and roadmap

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle is radically changing the landscape of SOA with the 11g release of the Oracle SOA Suite. This session will describe how this release greatly simplifies the development, management and monitoring of service-oriented architectures, while delivering the extreme performance & scalability required for mission-critical environments.

PDFParallel Processing

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

When you submit a SQL statement to a database engine, by default it is executed serially by a single server process. Therefore, even if the server running the database engine has several CPUs, your SQL statement runs on a single CPU. This means that the amount of resources used for the execution of a SQL statement is restricted by the amount of processing a single CPU can do. The purpose of parallel processing is to distribute the execution of a single SQL statement over several CPUs. This session describes not only how parallel processing works, but also when to use it. In other words, how it can be used to improve performance. In addition, it also describes how to configure the database engine to efficiently support it.

PPTXR12.1 and Oracle Projects

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Presentation to show the new functionality that has been introduced in R12.1 for Oracle Projects. This presentation will look at all the functionality areas including changes to other applications such as Oracle AP. It will explore some of the implications in Oracle Projects with regards to implementing this functionality, and how it may be used by organisations. The presentation will also compare the functionality to that available in R11.5.10.2, for those considering upgrading. The presentation will involve on system demonstrations using a 12.1 Vision environment. Some of the areas covered will be: - The implications to accruing on receipt from the new R12 AP invoice line functionality - Report in R12, and various reporting strategies that can be employed with this functionality in OP - The use of web forms such and the new expenditure inquiry - Sub ledger accounting for Oracle Projects The presentation will be presented with a client who is in the middle of a R12.1 Oracle Projects implementation. Speaker Bio, Barry Crawley, Solution Design Director, Projected Consulting Ltd

PDFThe Oracle DBA's Rough Guide to Hardware

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Don't know your front-side from your back-side bus? Thrown everything but the 'log file synch' at your storage and still can't improve redo throughput? Just a bit DIMM over SGA sizing? then the Oracle DBA's Rough Guide to Hardware is your essential guide to pinpointing performance bottlenecks. This paper will chart an unbiased course through the technologies that determine why your database performs, or doesn't perform in the way you expect. From an Oracle wait event perspective with customer workload examples we will plot the way that the Oracle code and data takes in processing your workload from CPU, memory and interconnect through to storage and look at how hardware choices influence the efficiency of each step. We will look at what Oracle latches actually do on the CPU and why being able to process one users workload faster can sometimes mean running a multiuser workload slower. We will look at memory and why 'the more the merrier' may not be the optimal SGA sizing guide. For storage we will see why your poorly performing disk array might actually not be such a slouch after all. Database tuning can be much simpler when you know where to look.

ZIPTop 10, no 11, new features of Oracle database 11g Release 2

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This session will focus on eleven new, high impact features of Oracle Database 11g and what they mean to you the developer or DBA. Continuing the format of the last five Oracle Open Worlds – Oracle’s AskTom will present these as a “top ten - no eleven” list – the eleven new features he believes will be the reason to implement on or upgrade to Oracle Database 11g Release 2.

PPTXWhat's new in the Oracle Database?

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Continued innovation over 30 years has made the Oracle Database the most fully featured database available. Can there really still be more to come? This session will give an overview of the key features of the latest release of the Oracle Database.

PDF11g features for Developers

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Sick of tired of all those session explaining low level DBA kernel mutex latch acquisition notification context switching blah blah blah ..... Then take a step back into the real world, where real work gets done by real developers, with the real cool features in 11g

PPT11gR2 - A look at what's new

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This presentation discusses new RAC and ASM features in Oracle 11g Release 2 with an emphasis on those features relevant to existing users planning their upgrade strategy. The features covered cannot be disclosed until the release is in production.

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